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Re: PCMCIA NE2000 Nic and current stable release

On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 11:10:25PM +0300, îÉËÏÌÁÊ úÁÂÒÏÄÏÃËÉÊ wrote:
> My PCMCIA TrendNet TE-210CT (it is cnet.device for amiga os 3.1 compatible)
> fails with detection.
> The problem is described here 
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-68k/2005/04/msg00001.html
> Kernel is 2.4.27....
> Can I compile it on Windows platform with a cross-compiler or something ?
> Where I can get some instructions for building 68k toolchain ? 

http://kegel.com/crosstool/ has lots of information on cross-compiling.
You could also install toolchain-source and try to build the
68k-toolchain with that (see /usr/share/doc/toolchain-source/README).

> Or, for example, can I install 2.2.x version ?

This is probably the easiest solution in your case. Just use the woody
and then upgrade to sarge.

> Can it support my 29 gb partition for all my linux stuff ?

I'm not sure if amiga-fdisk can handle such big partitions, but if you
already partitioned your harddisk this shouldn't be a problem.



gpg public key: http://www-2.physik.uni-augsburg.de/~andersro/gpg-key.txt

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